medieval_to_high_middle_ages

medieval_to_high_middle_ages - Roman Republic 500BC - 30BC...

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Roman Republic 500BC - 30BC creation of the Republic Gracchi Reform Evolution toward monarchy Roman Empire 30BC 500AD advent and expansion of Christianity crisis of the Third Century: overextension Diocletian and the division of the Empire Late Antiquity 305AD - 500AD Germanic migration and Germanic kingdoms Merovingians Medieval era 500AD-1350AD Merovingian to Carolingian: Arab-Islamic expansion Invasion and localization > FEUDALISM Recovery: stability, agricultural revolution to commercial revolution Investiture Controversy > papal THEOCRACY Crusades > Latin Kingdoms of the Levant setbacks of the Fourteenth century (1300-1450) transition to RENAISSANCE
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10 th century RECOVERY End of the invasions or stabilization of aggression: RECENTRALIZATION of sovereign authority : national monarchies of Europe England - Alfred the Great (871-899) Norman invasion: William the Conqueror (1066-1087) Plantagenets and Angevins Richard the Lionhearted (1189-1199) The Tudors (1485-1603): Henry VIII (1509-1547) Elizabeth I (1558-1603) west Francia - 911 Charles the Simple and Rollo > Normandy (France) Capetian dynasty to 14 th century : Hugh Capet (978-996) Philip II Augustus (1223-1226) Louis IX (St. Louis) (1226-1270) Valois dynasty: 14 th and 15 th centuries east Francia - Henry the Fowler and Otto I the Great (Germanies) 955 the Battle of Lechfield the Holy Roman Empire remade again: Ottonian dynasty Salian dynasty Hohenstaufen dynasty: Frederick Barbarossa (1152-1190) Hapsburg dynasty: 13 th century to 16 th century
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AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION : (land-holdings: manorial estates and monasteries)
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course HIST 103 taught by Professor Reagan during the Spring '10 term at George Mason.

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